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Catalogue of Late Roman Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: From Arcadius and Honorius to the Accession of Anastasius

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ISBN 9780884021933

Publication Date: 01/01/1992

Short

  • Foreword
  • Abbreviations and Norms of Reference
  • List of Tables
  • I. Introduction to the Coinage
    • 1. Historical and Numismatic Background
      • A. The Divided Empire
      • B. The Right to Coin
        • (1) Imperial Coins
        • (2) Coins of Empresses
        • (3) Coins of Caesars
      • C. General Features of the Coinage
      • D. Hoards and Coin Finds
        • (1) Gold Hoards
        • (2) Silver Hoards
        • (3) Bronze Hoards
    • 2. The Monetary System
      • A. Values and Denominations
      • B. Metrology and Fineness
      • C. Gold Coinage
      • D. Silver Coinage
      • E. Bronze Coinage
    • 3. Mints and Mint Activity
      • A. Organization and Control
      • B. Mint-Marks and Privy Marks
      • C. Mints
      • D. Counterfeits and Supplementary Coinages
    • 4. Types and Inscriptions
      • A. Obverse and Reverse
      • B. Obverse Types
      • C. Obverse Inscriptions
      • D. Reverse Types
        • (1) Imperial Types
        • (2) Victory Types
        • (3) Roma and Constantinopolis Types
        • (4) Miscellaneous Types
      • E. Reverse Inscriptions
      • F. Accessory Symbols
      • G. Epigraphy
  • II. The Emperors and Their Coins
    • A. Eastern Emperors
      • Arcadius (383–408)
        • Eudoxia, wife of Arcadius (400–4)
      • Theodosius II (402–50)
        • Pulceria, sister of Theodosius II (414–53)
        • Eudocia, wife of Theodosius II (423–60)
      • Marcian (450–57)
      • Leo I (457–74)
        • Verina, wife of Leo I (457–84)
      • Leo II and Zeno (474)
      • Zeno, first sole reign (474–5)
        • Ariadne, wife of Zeno (474?–515)
      • Basiliscus (475–6)
        • Zenonis, wife of Basiliscus (475–6)
      • Zeno, restored (476–91)
        • Leontius, pretender in the East (484–8)
    • B. Western Emperors
      • Honorius (393–423)
        • Constantine III, pretender in Gaul (407–11)
        • Constans (II), son of Constantine III, in Gaul (410–11)
        • Maximus, pretender in Spain (409–11, ca. 420 ?)
        • Jovinus, pretender in Gaul (411–13)
        • Sebastian, brother of Jovinus, in Gaul (412–13)
        • Priscus Attalus, pretender in Italy (409–10, in Gaul 415–16)
        • Anonymous AE 4 Coinage of Carthage
      • Constantius III (421)
      • John (423–5)
        • Galla Placidia, wife of Constantius III (421–50)
      • Valentinian III (425–55)
        • Justa Grata Honoria, sister of Valentinian III (426?–450?)
        • Licinia Eudoxia, wife of Valentinian III (439–ca. 490)
      • Petronius Maximus (455)
      • Avitus (455–6)
      • Majorian (457–61)
      • Severus III (461–5)
      • Anthemius (467–72)
        • Euphemia, wife of Anthemius (467–72?)
      • Olybrius (472)
      • Glycerius (473–4)
      • Julius Nepos (474–80)
        • Romulus “Augustulus,” usurper (475–6)
    • Appendixes
      • 1. Imperial Consulships, 380–479
      • 2. Abbreviations in Coin Legends
      • 3. Gold Coin Hoards
      • 4. Forgeries
    • Bibliography
  • III. Catalogue of the Coins
    • Background to the Collections and List of Previous Owners, Donors, and Dealers
    • Presentation of the Catalogue and Plates
    • Catalogue: Plates 1–37
  • Concordances
    • 1. Dumbarton Oaks Collection
    • 2. Dumbarton Oaks, Whittemore Loan
    • 3. Fogg Museum, Whittemore Coins
  • Indexes
    • 1. Obverse Inscriptions
    • 2. Reverse Inscriptions
    • 3. Obverse and Reverse Types
    • 4. Mint-Marks, Letters, Sigla, etc.
    • 5. General Index

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